Damien Bodie

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Damien Bodie
Born (1985-01-02) 2 January 1985 (age 32)
Melbourne, Australia
Occupation Actor
Years active 1996-present

Damien Bodie (born 2 January 1985) is an Australian actor. Best known for his role as "Dylan Timmins" in Neighbours.


Bodie was educated at Sandringham Secondary College and is best known for his role as Dylan Timmins on the Australian television series Neighbours (from 2005 to 2007). Bodie played the role of Oscar in the television series Short Cuts which won three awards in 2002. He also appeared in the 2005 Australian film Hating Alison Ashley and as Josh in the 2002 Canadian/Australian television series Guinevere Jones.

Bodie also appeared in several television productions including The Saddle Club, Ocean Girl, and Crash Zone. Before being cast in his most major role in Neighbours as Dylan Timmins, he had appeared on the show twice before, first as the character Charlie Moyes in 1996, and three years later as Liam Rigby.

Recently, he played Vashan, in the Australian Kids TV Show The Elephant Princess, shown on Nickelodeon. Bodie starred as a regular character Jonathan Kurtiss in the Australian drama series Winners & Losers.

Damien is currently living in L.A.


Year Title Role Notes
2011–14 Winners & Losers Jonathan Kurtiss Main cast
2010 City Homicide Ben Corrigan Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! (#4.1)
2008-2009 The Elephant Princess Vashan 26 episodes
2005 Hating Alison Ashley Damo
2004 Salem's Lot Goth kid TV Movie; Uncredited role
Fergus McPhail Leon 3 episodes
2003 The Saddle Club Raffael 2 episodes
Blue Heelers Lucas Moore Blackout (#10.12)
2002 Bootleg Frankie Crawley Mini-series
Marshall Law Paul Pleasure and Pain (#1.10)
Short Cuts Oscar Coxon 25 episodes
Guinevere Jones Josh Meyers 27 episodes
1999-2001 Crash Zone Abraham 'Ram' Foley 27 episodes
1997 Ocean Girl Louis Danton 23 episodes
The Balanced Particle Freeway Bede TV Movie
1996-2007 Neighbours Dylan Timmins (2005-2007)
Liam Rigby (1999)
Charlie Moyes (1996)
220 episodes
1996 Snowy River: The McGregor Saga Dennis Andrews Comeback (#4.1)

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